Nexus 5 may capture all the headlines at the moment, and the Nexus 7 has captured our attention in the summer, but there is one other device Google should make for 2013: Nexus 10. Large 10 -inch tablet from Google debuted in late 2012 and was released on the Samsung. At that time, it went head to head with the Apple iPad 3, so we are interested to see what Google has planned for his successor. What's this? Do you want to hear more, too? Fine, and then let's go through all that we have heard about the new Nexus 10.
We have an idea about it (we think) Yes possibly. As the Nexus 5, Nexus 10 allegedly made a brief appearance Google Play Store. It was an "accident”, of course, Google presumably quickly removed the page, but not before a screenshot captured (see the header image of this article). However, few people have seen the page itself, so there is a definite possibility this is not nothing but a hoax. With this in mind, the picture shows Nexus 10 must have far slim bezel than older models, and in accordance with the characteristics of its curvy body frame will measure the width of 7.9 mm.
Powerful features, Retina- like display Here's what the leak Play Google's Web site told us. Nexus 10 lists was 10.055 inches (nice to see Google be exact!). It contains a touchscreen with a resolution of 2560 X 1600 pixels which is substantially identical to the existing model. There's a big chance, popular Snapdragon processor 800 will fuel tablet, along with 3 GB of RAM, if Play specs are precise. 8 - Megapixel camera has also been proposed, along with a large 9500mAh battery. Android 4.4 KitKat almost certainly will be installed at the next Nexus 10 tablets, as well as many of the improvements seen in the Nexus 5.
So how accurate is leaked Play Google? Well, if it's really from Google Play, one would assume that it is correct. Specifications are not excessively, but we could be surprised. There are fears that the information is not reliable. November Release Date Expectations were high that the Nexus 10 Nexus will come with 5, which did not happen. If Google wants to capitalize on the holiday and pre-Christmas sales rush, it is better to get along with announcing it soon. Nevertheless, it is easy to see why Google did not put together with a Nexus 5 on sale at the same time as announcing only one product, the maximum press exposure and reduced impact on the Google Play Store. Another common hint we're going to see the replacement model is the original being available on Google Play. This is not the case yet. Nexus 10 is still willing to buy, although a slightly lower price. Not only that, but Google is still progressing out the tablet in other countries, with Pakistan coming up in November or thereabouts.
Can Nexus 8 to arrive in the first place? There may be another reason, Nexus 10 has not been updated yet, and this again by competition from Apple, a new line of iPad. As CNET notes Roger Cheng, Nexus 10 never sold in the same number as the iPad or its smaller sister tablets in the Nexus 7. This year, Apple has two new tablets premium in IPad Air and IPad Mini with Retina Display, which makes Google's job twice as hard. Do not forget. We are talking about a premium of $ 400 + device here, not $ 200 Nexus 7.
Google may have a cunning plan to fix it, in the form of rumors Nexus 8. Slotting in IPad Mini challenger at a more competitive price would not let Apple, automatically win premium tablet game in 2013, and give customers something new and exciting to lust.
Nevertheless, we must remember the Nexus 10 and Nexus 8 both still unofficial (Nexus 8 hearing based solely on an unremarkable picture, too), so all this is gossip at the moment. We have to wait and see if it changes the end of the year.